Winnipeg Mochitsuki

Mochi-making is traditionally a pre-New-Year’s activity in Japan. Sweet rice is steamed and then pounded into a sticky goo, which gets eaten in various ways – toasted, fried, with anko (sweet bean paste), etc…

2 Comments to “Winnipeg Mochitsuki”

  1. jenny wuwu says:

    wow, where was the mochi made? looks like a workshop!

  2. Jon-o says:

    The basement of some of Sari’s family friends! Workshop isn’t too off the mark though – almost everything is handmade, including the ‘fireplace’ and steamer!